My Spanish Homework…
I dont get how to do the following. there are quite a few things, but this is the first.
a) Completar con los verbos en PRESENTE
Frederico (ser) ___d_________ joven y muy acivo.
I dont get the ser, thingy :(
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I don’t even know spanish. I also wouldn’t help if I could :)
thanks mate. why the hell are you here then?
The sentence does not make much sense lol
Whats the “d” in between the spaces?
If you were to write the whole thing in present form, it would be:
“El es joven y muy activo”.
Where “El” would be the pronoun for Federico.
If its only the word in parenthesis (”ser”) that you have to change to present form, then it would be:
“Federico es joven y activo”.
Is “activo” what you mean by “acivo”? I have never heard of “acivo” before.
Mannnn spanish is crazyyyy g :d
i suck at it.
You were actually right on the “Fedrico would be under “he” or “el””.
So I would think you do know something.
we went over ser the first thing in 7th grade…so I better..haha It took me forever though and I had to write a poem to remember haha
hahaha I just imagined you writing a poem and all to help out, thats actually considerate from your part…btw, another thing I noticed was that you were also right on what you said in the:
“ser = to be
i (yo) = soy
you (tu) = eres
she/he (el, ella, usted) = es
we (nosotros) = somos
they (ellos, ellas, ustedes) = son”
So again, you do know. =P
one thing that always gets me is estar. because that means “to be” as well, except one uses that in different circumstances. like as in temperary location or expressing emotion…yo estoy tranquilo, for example.
Yup. Spanish is tricky, I say its harder to learn spanish than to learn english.
Would you know an example where you would have to use “estar”?
I do know…well, I understand know that I don’t have to take the final again…haha but thanks
I passed Spanish with a B+ the last year…only thing that kept me from a 4.0…ugh! lol
Well, if I had to learn another language I would most likely struggle with it too, so thats OK.
Was it because of the Spanish class homeworks or the tests?
Raining…did we just “highjack” this thread?
Err…I do believe we did. But we answered the question first..
So Im assuming that makes it OK for other users to go off topic. I mean…your word on it.
Raining…Where does your user name come from?
Joey = some people I personally know (like 2 haha) call me that. (I had a pic in my profile but i have to use another crap host).
PR = Puerto Rico, the US territory where Im from. =)
Even if someone blamed you, i would still be an accomplice…
so I would be blamed on too.
You feeling OK?
I haven’t felt alright for awhile. So to answer, I’ll say I feel the same.
Im assuming you feel like the “I did it again post”…
Is this an everyday thing?
yall are sooo ****** dumb…
Use the verb ’ser’ to describe people, like personality traits and appearance.
Federico es joven y muy activo.
Should you have any questions about Spanish, you can go to:
the verb ser means to be.like soy is i am. eres is you are.es is for he,she,and you formal. there is more but i think you should get the gist.
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